Top monuments in Florence that you must visit

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Posted by cusmano77

28/Nov/2017

Florence is often called the heart of Italy. The city is full of historical monuments, palaces as well as buildings. This romantic city of Florence was one of the major cultural centres in Italy as well as across the world. Hence, the city had served as a home to several famous architects during the renaissance era. The height that the art and architecture in Florence achieved during that age can still be witnessed in the monuments in Florence.

The historical monuments in Florence have always been one of the major attractions for tourists across the world. Several people travel thousands of miles to just witness these majestic monuments. But there are several heritage buildings or monuments in the city; so it often becomes too confusing to decide which ones to visit. Well, you do not need to worry about that since we have the compiled the perfect list for you. No matter what you do, make sure to visit the ones given below since they are the top historical monuments in Florence.


Cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore:

The cathedral of Santa Maria del Fiore has to be at the top of the list since it is one of the best monuments in Florence. The cathedral complex is formed by Piazza Duomo along with a group of other buildings. As you stroll around the baptistery, bell tower, museum and cathedral, you will be able to witness the finest relics from the past and the greatest art pieces from the masters like Michelangelo, Donatello, Ghiberti, Giotto and several others. The beautiful decoration and architecture of these hundreds of year old buildings will surely interest you and make you wonder about the superior artistic sense of the people of that age.

Santa Maria del Fiore


Palazzo Pitti

The Palazzo Pitti is a huge 15th- century palace situated on the banks of Arno River. This heritage building has been the abode for the rulers of Florence till 1919. Now, the palace serves as a public museum. In spite of its transformation from a royal palace to a museum, Palazzo Pitti has not lost its royalty. It will still give you the goosebumps when you walk through its mighty corridors.

Pitti


Palazzo Vecchio

The Palazzo Vecchio is undoubtedly one of the most significant monuments in Florence. Having been built in the early 12th century, the palace was the home of the highly powerful Medici family. It had also housed the supreme governing council of Florence for almost six centuries.

From 1872, the palace has served as a part city hall as well as a part museum. Apart from the wealth and artefacts that are stored inside, the building itself is an example of finest architectural works in the history.


Piazza Della Signoria

The Piazza Della Signoria is not just a great centre for the Italian politics but it is a heaven for the architects too. The beautiful square surrounds the famous buildings as well as monuments in Florence. The site will leave you mesmerised and will make you salute the architects of the past.


Battistero di San Giovanni (Baptistery of St. John)

Undoubtedly, this octagonal baptistery that was constructed back in the 12th -century is a piece of art. Be it the marble facade or detailed mosaics, it is the intricate artwork that gains all the attention and appraisals. You just can’t ignore the beauty of the bronze panels on the doors that are specially created by the finest artist Ghiberti. These Gates of Paradise will simply fulfill your desire to find the best monuments in Florence.

Battistero-di-San-Giovanni

Well, there are several other monuments in Florence. But the ones mentioned above are the best among them. If you are visiting Florence, do not forget to check them out.

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